Simple timesheets and vacation management for small businesses.
Daybreak is a very simplistic timesheet and vacation planning program for small businesses. It was created because I needed something I could host myself and integrate better into our local IT enviornment. Other open sourced programs like smalltime or kimai didn't work out for me, since they did not comply to C-55/18 EuGH or where not easily extendable. This program is inspired by papershift. If you are looking for something more robust and/or more enterprise ready, I suggest you test and use their service at papershift.com.
- Add automatic pause times after "x" working hours
- Include holiday importer for other countries
- Make timezone of location configurable and make use of it
- Add more absence times calculators
- Add extended datatables and disable employee switcher
- More Tests
apt-get update apt-get install php7.4 php7.4-common php7.4-bcmath openssl php7.4-json php7.4-mbstring php7.4-xml
git clone https://github.com/eporsche/daybreak.git && cd daybreak
# Restore PHP packages composer install # Create .env file # By default port :80 will be used. To change the port, put `APP_PORT=<port>` into the .env config file cp .env.example .env
# Start the application ./vendor/bin/sail up -d # Generate app key ./vendor/bin/sail artisan key:generate # Migrate database ./vendor/bin/sail artisan migrate
By default, the application is available at: http://localhost
In the default installation the sending of mails is simulated with mailhog, you can view them via your browser at http://localhost:8025
The application can be tested via heroku.
- No Emails will be send from the demo instance, therefore user invitations won't work
- Application will be reset to defaults every 24h
If you discover a security vulnerability within Laravel, please send an e-mail to Erik Porsche via email@example.com. All security vulnerabilities will be promptly addressed.
Copyright (c) Erik Porsche
Daybreak is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.